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DSD-NL 2018 Deltares en de wereld van (data) services - Schotmeijer


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Presentatie door Gert-Jan Schotmeijer, Deltares, op de Delft-FEWS NL Gebruikersdag 2018, tijdens de Deltares Software Dagen - Editie 2018. Dinsdag, 5 juni 2018, Delft.

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DSD-NL 2018 Deltares en de wereld van (data) services - Schotmeijer

  1. 1. Deltares en de wereld van [data] services Daniel Twigt Gert-Jan Schotmeijer
  2. 2. Slide 2 The future of hydrological forecasting
  3. 3. Slide 3 We don’t know for sure, but… what we observe: 1. Increasing number of players (also nonobvious ones) 2. Increasing demand for (online) hydrological forecasting and information services 3. Increasing demand for data
  4. 4. Slide 4
  5. 5. Slide 5 Which leads to questions: 1. Implications for Delft-FEWS 2. How to share Deltares data, forecasting models and knowledge 3. … And opportunities: • New ways to share our knowledge with the outside world • New ways for participation and contributions of others (“the crowd”) in our knowledge development • …
  6. 6. Slide 6 1. Consequences Delft-FEWS Delft-FEWS Roadmap: make Delft-FEWS cloud ready, improve web- service, … (not the focus of this talk) 2. How to best share Deltares data, forecasting models and knowledge Developing and experimenting with online data and information services (focus of this presentation)
  7. 7. Slide 7 Some examples
  8. 8. Slide 8 Some examples
  9. 9. Slide 9 Some examples
  10. 10. Slide 11 Some examples
  11. 11. Slide 12 Delft-FEWS applications running in iD-Lab GLOFFIS GLOSSIS Delft-FEWS web service
  12. 12. Slide 13 Supporting team AkzoNobel “Deltares have been instrumental in giving team AkzoNobel, an in depth and independent view of the currents and tidal models for the 2017-18 Volvo Ocean Race. This has allowed the Navigator and on shore weather team, to compare tidal patterns and also interpret how currents interact with wave height and sea conditions giving valuable strategic and tactical analysis in many difficult offshore racing scenarios.”
  13. 13. Slide 14 Global models provide • Good testbed for software innovation (large data volumes, big models) • Good platform for collaborative research projects (EU, STW, NWO) Global flood information can provide (added) value: • To areas where no local/regional forecasts are available (DRR missions, national governments, etc) • For applications where a global coverage is beneficial (Global Flood Partnership, reinsurance brokers, etc) • To generate BC’s for local/regional models No global government in charge of global flood management. But ultimately: as a moonshot ambition! Why do we do this?
  14. 14. Slide 15 • How to provide continuity to services developed in projects? How to develop a sustainable business model for the continued maintenance and development of these services, while also maintaining our “dare to share” principle? • How to deal with service levels which go beyond what Deltares can offer? • How to best provide added value to local and regional flood services developed by others, instead of competing with them? Some key challenges
  15. 15. Slide 19 • Biedt Deltares [data] services meerwaarde voor jullie of voor anderen? • Hoe kunnen we jullie betrekken? • Welk niveau van support is gewenst/acceptabel? • Wat zijn voor jullie acceptabele betaalmodellen? • Is Delft-FEWS voldoende uitgerust voor een toekomst waar meerdere partijen hydrologische verwachtingen en informatie services gaan leveren? Betrokkenheid Delft-FEWS omgeving
  16. 16. Slide 20 Gert-Jan Schotmeijer ( Daniel Twigt (